Tri-Rail and Metrorail Transfer Station

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Tri-Rail & Metrorail Transfer
Tri-Rail and Metrorail transfer station.jpg
View of entire station, with the Tri-Rail station foreground and the Metrorail line elevated in background
Location Metrorail:
1125 East 25th Street,
Hialeah, Florida
2567 East 11th Avenue,
Hialeah, Florida
Coordinates 25°50′43″N 80°15′34″W / 25.84528°N 80.25944°W / 25.84528; -80.25944Coordinates: 25°50′43″N 80°15′34″W / 25.84528°N 80.25944°W / 25.84528; -80.25944
Line(s) Metrorail:
  Green Line upper level
  Blue Line lower level
Platforms 4 side platforms (2 on each level)
Tracks 4 (2 on each level)
Connections Local Transit Metrobus: 42, L (112)
Platform levels 2
Parking Park and ride
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code TRI (Metrorail)
Fare zone Miami Airport to Golden Glades (Tri-Rail)
Opened March 6, 1989
Passengers (2011) 440,000 Decrease 2% (Metrorail)
Preceding station   Metrorail   Following station
toward Palmetto
Green Line
Preceding station   Tri-Rail logo.svg SFRTA   Following station
Blue Line

Tri-Rail and Metrorail Transfer Station is a Metrorail and Tri-Rail interchange station in Hialeah, Florida, west of Miami proper.

This station is located near the intersection of East 25th Street and 11th Avenue, officially opening to service March 6, 1989. The station was built as a connection for the Tri-Rail and Metrorail rail systems. The Amtrak station, which is served by the Silver Meteor and Silver Star, is located several blocks away and is scheduled to be moved to the new Miami Central Station in 2013.


Metrorail arriving on the upper level of the station.

Lower level[edit]

The lower level of the transfer station serves northbound and southbound Tri-Rail trains. The station consists of two side platforms connected by an elevated overpass; an information kiosk, which sells Easy Cards for Metrorail, and easy access to the upper level, which serves Metrorail. The station is highly congested during rush hour. Most of the congestion will be relieved with the opening of the Miami Central Station in 2013.

Upper level[edit]

The upper level of the transfer station serves Metrorail Green Line trains. The station has two side platforms, one for southbound trains, and one for northbound trains (westbound). Fare control has a security kiosk and Easy Card vending machines, along with the route map. Congestion at the station is expected to be relieved upon the opening of the Miami Central Station in 2013, which will facilitate a closer rapid transit point to the central business district.

Places of interest[edit]

Transit connections[edit]


Route # Route Name Route Map Note
42 Opa-lockaDouglas Road Metrorail station via LeJeune Road Map
L (112) Hialeah Metrorail station ↔ Miami Beach at Lincoln Road via 79 St & Collins Avenue (SR A1A) Map

External links[edit]